The pandemic has changed how association groups interact, which means leaders need to adjust as well. Two AMC professionals explain why emotional intelligence has become such a critical leadership skill
Orlando-based Amateur Athletic Union President Jennings “Rusty” Buchanan thinks outside the box to organize mega-events for young athletes and their families.
Virtual meetings don’t feel the same as their in-person equivalents, especially in the exhibit hall. But that may reflect an opportunity to reshape the event experience for vendors and exhibitors entirely.
First jobs often teach us life lessons we carry with us. In our second round of first work experiences, readers share how they got their starts—from being a cellar hand to telemarketing.
Like the butterfly effect, a small change can often have larger implications. The decision by the Entomological Society of America to change insects’ common names reflects its commitment to ensuring diversity, equity, and inclusion are real—and not fleeting.
Assessing your communication skills—as well as knowing how to navigate situations in which you can maximize those skills—will help build your effectiveness as a leader.
Having a plan in place that allows attendees to inform your association of a coronavirus infection after your meeting is the first step in an action plan to deal with this potential issue. Then, organizations need to report to other attendees and possibly public health officials.
Michele Sullivan—Fortune 100 executive, strategic business advisor, and author—regards the world from a different vantage point, which allows her to look for opportunities rather than problems, and to seek out the best in everyone.
As associations prepare to welcome employees back to the workplace, there are key concepts to concentrate on. The president of the National Safety Council says communication, physical safety, readiness for change, and vaccination discussions are pivotal for success.
How to incorporate R&R into your next meeting for better ROI.